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Un i vers i ty of Wooste r . 
D i rector y of the U n i v ersi 
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NAME. 


RESIDENCE. TERM 


EXPIRES. 




..Cincinnati, 


1873. 


Rev. W. W. Colmery, 


College Hill, 


1874. 


Hugh Bell, Esq.. 


Chillicothe, 


1874. 


Pev. A. A. E. Taylor, D. I).. 


..Cincinnati, 


1875. 


0YNOD Or COLUMBUS. 




Hon. James W. Robinson 


...Marysville, 


1874. 


Joseph Black, Esq 


. . .Zanesville, 


1874. 


Rev. E. W. Schwefel 


. .Athens, 


1875. 


Rev. H. M. Robertson 


. , .Westerville, 


1875. 


Rev. John Robinson, D. D. 




1875. 


J. H. Kauke, Esq 


, Wooster, 


1873. 


L. Flattery, Esq 


Wooster, 


1873. 


E. Quinby, Jr., Esq 


Wooster, 


1873. 


D. Robison, Jr., Esq 


. . .Wooster, 


1874. 


Prof. L. Firestone, M. D, .. 


Wooster, 


JLO i O. 


R. B. Stibbs, Esq 


Wooster, 


1875. 


John McClellan, Esq 


, Wooster, 


1875. 


Synod or ggoLErio. 




Rev. L. I. Drake 


West Liberty, 


1873. 


Rev. H. M. Bacon 


Toledo, 


1874. 


Rev. R. H. Hollyday 


...Findlay, 


1874. 


Rev. Robt. B. Moore 


Tiffin, 


1875. 



PFFICEP V S OF THE j3oAF^D. 



Rev. John Robinson, D. D., President. 

J. H. Kauke, Esq., Vice President. 

Lucus Flattery, Esq., Secretary. 

John McClellan, Esq., Treasurer. 

Rev. Thomas K. Davis, Financial Secretary. 



EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. 



J. H. Kauke, Esq. 
L. Flattery, Esq. 
E. Quinby, Jr., Esq. 
D. Robison, Jr., Esq. 



L. Firestone, M. D. 
R. B. Stibbs, Esq. 
John McClellan, Esq. 



EXAMINING COMMITTEE. 



Rev. John Robinson, D. D. Rev. R. H. Hollypay. 
Rev. W. W. Colmery. James Robinson. 
Rev. H. M. Bacon. Hugh Bell, Esq. 



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Rev. A. A. E. TAYLOR, D.D., - - University Avenue. 

PRESIDENT AND MERCER PROFESSOR OF BIBLICAL INSTRUCTION. 

0. N. STODDARD, LL.D., - - - University Avenue. 

PROFESSOR OF NATURAL SCIENCES. 

Rev. W. H. JEFFERS, A. M., - - - Bealle Avenue. 

PROFESSOR OF GREEK LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE. 

SAMUEL J. KIRKWOOD, A. M., - University Avenue. 

PROFESSOR OF MATHEMATICS. 



PROFESSOR OF RHETORIC AND ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE. 

LEANDER FIRESTONE, M. D. - - - North Market. 

PROFESSOR OF ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY. 

Rev. D a S. GREGORY, D.D., - - - Bealle Avenue. 

PROFESSOR OF INTELLECTUAL AND MORAL PHILOSOPHY. 
AND ACTING PROFESSOR OF RHETORIC AND ENGLISH LANGUAGE 
AND LITERATURE. 



PROFESSOR OF LATIN LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE. 

W. H. McMEEN, A. B. - - - - University Avenue. 

PRINCIPAL OF PREPARATORY DEPARTMENT. 

ADOLPH SCHMITZ, A. B., 

INSTRUCTOR IN MODERN LANGUAGES. 

J. 0. NOTESTINE, A. B., 

INSTRUCTOR IN LATIN AND NATURAL SCIENCES. 

S. R. BELL, A. B., 

INSTRUCTOR IN MATHEMATICS. 

Prof. GREGORY, 

LIBRARIAN. 



1818663 



ASSOCIATION OF ALUMNI. 



W, H. McMEEN, '72, President. 
E. P. SEMPLE, 73, Secretary'' 

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W. A. Erwin, 
H. L. Henderson, 
J. C. Ktjhn, 



P. M. Cartmell, 

J. Curry, 

A. G. Daniels, 

J. J. G. Goodwillie, 



J. Alter, 
S. R. Bell, 
T. Boyd, 

D. BUTTERFIELD, 
J. W. ClJMMINGS, 
J. W. GlLSON, 

W. A. Mackey, 



J. C. Miller, 
J. H. Packer, 
W. R. Taggart. 

W. H. McMeen, 
L. H. Mitchell, 
H. L. Smith, 
J. V. Stockton. 

'73- 

A. J. Montgomery, 
A. H. McCullough, 
W. H. McFarland, 
J. 0. Notestine, 
E. P. Semple, 
J. M. Stitt. 



SENIOR CLASS. 



OFFICERS. 

J. Wallace, President. 

L. L. Longbrake, Vice President. 

W. J. Patterson, Recording Secretary. 

M. B. Ferguson, Orator. 

L. L. Longbrake, Historian. 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. ROOMS. 



Perry S. Allen, c Homer City, Pa.,. . . Mr. Caldwell's 

Frank Otis Ballard, p. g . . Athens, Ohio, Mr. Semple 

William Putnam Beebe, s Barlow, Ohio, Mr. Bel nap 

Harry Edwards Browne, s. Cincinnati, Ohio,. Mrs. Huft'stott 
James Gillelancl Connell, c. . Clinton, Pa., ... ... Mr. Caldwell 

Robert Melville Davis, c Wurtemburg, Pa.,. .Mrs. Bigham 

William E. Feeman, c Wooster, Ohio, Mrs. Feeman 

Marshall Beatty Ferguson, c. . . Tiffin, Ohio, .. . Mr. Cook- 

William Diodate Jones, c Newark, Ohio, Mr. Purely 

Henry Elton Kratz, s Amwell, Ohio, . Mrs. Shrom 

L. Lorin Longbrake, c Marysville, Ohio, Mr. Belnap 

Robert Wiley McCaughey, s .. Canal Fulton, O., Mr. Pinkerton 

James Tump McCulloch, c Freeport, Pa., Mrs. Huffstott 

Asbury Durbin Metz, c Wooster, Ohio, . . Mr. Metz 

Emily Noyes, s Seville, Ohio, Mrs. Robinson 

William James Patterson, c Cumberlanel,W .Va., Mr. Pinkerton 

John Moorhead Peoples, c West Fairfield, Pa., Mrs. Huffstott 

Thomas Wendell Philipps, c. .. Granville, Ohio,. Prof. Kirk wood 

William Melancthon Pocock,c. Hayesville, Ohio, Mr. Semple 

William Hugh Pritchard, c Perrysville, Ohio, Prot. Kirkwood 

James Henry Rabbitts, c Springfield, Ohio,. Mrs. Huffstott 

Frank Taggart, c Wooster, Ohio,. ... Dr. Taggart 

James Winfield Thompson, c. . Plimpton, Ohio, Barracl 

Erwin Dicky Walker, c Murdoek, Ohio, . . . Mr. Roth 

James Wallace, c Wooster, Ohio, . Mr. Cameron 

John Carruthers Watt, c Xenia, Ohio, Dr. Taylor 

VVilliam Arthur West, c Bell fontaine, Ohio,. . Mr. Shively 

Charles Wesley Wilkin, p Xewcomerstown, O.,. Mrs. Hanna 

Edgar M. Wilson, s Chicago, Illinois, Mr. Roth 



JUNIOR CLASS. 



''Semper Paratus." 



orricERs. 

C. H. Pubmobt, President. 

S. W. Chidester, Recording Secretary 

E. A. Galbreath, Treasurer. 

H. H. Henry. HUtorian. 

W. O. Phillips, Poet. 

J. W. Kirk, Orator. 

T. M. Thompson". Prophet. 



NAMES. 



RESIDENCKS. 



Milton Etsil Caldwell, c 
Charles Milton Campbell, p 
Zeph Beall Campbell, c 
Basil Washington Carlisle, t 
Robert Reid Carpenter, c 
Samuel Willis Chidester,c 
Carrie Elder, s .... 
John Xew ton Erwin, e 
Nellie Frost, p 
Edgar Alsou Gal breathy 
Harry Houston Henry, c 
Lillian Howard, s 



South Salem, Ohio, 
Cambridge, Ohio, 
Shreve, Ohio, . . 
Laneaster, Ohio, 
Manrileld, Ohio. 
VVnnster, Ohio, 

Gallon, Ohio, 

Greenfield, Ohio, 

W»»n*tel\ Ohio. 

Newark, Ohio, 
Woo&ter, Ohio, 
Woorter, Ohio, 



Mrs. Gordon's. 
Metropolitan. 
Barracks. 
. J. Stibhs*. 
Dr. Taggart's. 
Mrs. Chidester's. 
Mr. Brown's. 
Mr. Eherly's- 
Mr. Frost'-. 
Lew Iiumel's. 
I>r . Taylor's. 
Mr. Howard's- 



NAMES, 



ROOMS. 



Charles Titus Jamison, c ...... Batavia, Ohio, Dr. Warren's. 

Willis Miller Kemper, c Cincinnati, Ohio, . Mrs. Huffstott's. 

James W. Kirk, e Fairview, Pa., .. Mr. Pinkerton's. 

Don Carlos Lasure, p Barlow, Ohio, Dr. Warren's. 

Adolf Lehmann, c Wooster, Ohio, . . . Mr. Cook's. 

Albert Zacharia McGogney, c Coal Valley, Pa., Mrs. Ebright's. 

Kate McSvveeney, c Wooster, O., J. McSweeney's, Esq. 

John McSvveeney, Jr., s. Wooster, O., J. McSweeney's, Esq. 

Ada Mullens, s Wooster, Ohio, Mr. Mullin's. 

Mary E. Parsons, c Wooster, Ohio,.C. C. Parsons', Esq. 

William Oliver Phillips, c French Creek, W.Va.,Mr.Shiveley's. 

Charles Hiram Purmort, e . Westerville, Ohio, . Barracks. 
Alexander Thomas Robertson,c Waynesburg, Ohio, Mr. Eberly's. 

Mary Elizabeth Robinson, s. . . . Ashland, Ohio, Mr. Brown's. 

Laura Anna Semple, s Wooster, Ohio, Rev. Semple's. 

Walter Lovvrie Spehce, p Hamilton, Ohio, Mr. Roth's. 

William Sy ester Thomas, c. . Springfield, Ohio,... Mrs. Huffstott's. 
Thomas Milton Thompson, Jr.,c Pittsburgh, Pa., . Mrs. Ebright's. 

A. Sherrod Van Buskirk, c New Cumberl'd,O.Mr.Sleighbaugh"s 

Hugh Milligan Ware, s Frankfort, Ohio, Barracks. 

James Foster Wilkin, p Newcomerstown, O., Mrs. Hanna's. 

William Albert Wilson, p Wooster, Ohio, Dr. Wilson's. 

Harriet A. De Witt, p Fostoria, Ohio, University. 

John Newton Wright, e Lyndon Station, 0.,.Mrs. Gordon's. 



SOPHOMORE CLASS. 



"Ingenio, non Numero." 



orriCERs. 

Effie Belle Ballard, President . 
Benjamin Stanton Allison, Vice President. 
Ida May Faust, Recording Secretary. 
Bertha Vorhies, Corresponding Secretary. 
Anna E. Sloan, Treasurer. 
Willard Bryant Carpenter, Historian. 
Edward Pelton Dean, Orator. 



NAMES. RESIDENCES, ROOMS. 



Benjamin Stanton Allison, s. . . Wheeling, W. Va., Mrs. Huffstott's. 

Amos Melzar Ayers, c Perrysville, Ohio, Mr. Stibbs'. 

Effie Belle Ballard, p Athens, Ohio, Mrs. Sem pie's. 

William Whitney Ballard, s Springfield, Ohio, Barracks. 

Robert BallaghyC Homesville,Ohio, Barracks. 

Edwin Michael Putnam Brister.cNewark, Ohio, . Bariabks. 

Edwin Blown, c Mt. Eaton, O., Mrs. Cunningham's. 

Orville Sab ford Brum back, c. Van Wert, Ohio, Barracks. 
Willard Bryant Carpenter, c . Washington, C.H., O., Mrs. Warner's 

Mattie Clark, s Wooster, Ohio, Mr. Clark's. 

Anna B. Cowen, p Millersburg, Ohio, .Mr. Faust's. 

Edward Pelton Dean, c Central College, O., Dr. Reynolds 1 . 

Elisha Pearse Douglass, s . . Eliza beth, Pa., Dr. Reynolds'. 

Jacob Wellington Emrieh, S Wooster. Ohio, Mr. Fmrich's. 

Ida May Faust, s . .. Wooster, Ohio, Mr. Fault's. 

Amanda Moore Flattery, c Wooster, Oh io, Mr. Flattery's. 
David Owen Ghormly, c. . . Huntsville, Ohio, Mr. Roth's, 

Susan Givotl, C Wooster, Ohio, Mr. Ch en's. 

Thomas Beaver Greenlee, c Prerlerlcktown, O., Mrs. Biurnnm's. 



NAMES. 



ROOMS, 



Simon Peter G rill, s Wooster, Ohio, 

May R, Harley, p .Wooster, Ohio, 

Ida Irene Hoag, c Lodi, Ohio, . . 

Oliver Wycoff Howell, s. . . . . . .Elizabeth, Pa., 



James Frederic Kinkade, 
James Ambrose Lewis, c 



Marysville, Ohio, 
Crestline, Ohio, . 



S. James Logan, s Medina, Ohio, 

William Naff McGuffin, s. 



Dr. Reynolds'. 
. Mr. Harley's, 
. . .Mrs. Smith's. 

Dr. Reynolds'. 
. Mr. Bel nap's. 
Mr. Downing's. 
Mrs. Shiveley's. 
Mr. Cameron's. 
Metropolitan. 
Mr. Moore's. 
. Mr. Mull ins*. 



Wooster, Ohio, Mr. Mullins'. 

Zanesville, Ohio,. Mrs. Huffstott's. 
New Phila., O., Prof. Kirk wood's. 



Centretown. Pa. 
Delaware, Ohio, 



. Newcastle, Pa., 

Otho Cary McCurdy, s. Van Wert, Ohio 

Earnest Eugene Moore, c. . Wooster, Ohio, , 

Fred John Mullins, s Wooster, Ohio, 

Will Harold Mullins, s. . . 
John Potwin Palmer, c . . 
James Graham Patrick, p 
George E. Patterson, c . 
Daniel Clark Porter, c . . . . 

Laura E. Reed, p Millersburg, Ohio, 

Edward S. Reynolds, s Wooster, Ohio, 

James Jacobs Robison, c Wooster, Ohio, . 

Wilber Fremont Rudy, c Hayesville, Ohio, 

Preston Willis Search, c. . Marion, Ohio, 

William Shields, Jr., s Newark, Ohio, 

Ella Shrom, c Wooster, Ohio, . 

Anna E. Sloan, p . . Ashland, Ohio, Mr. Stibb,s'. 

Hiram Weitz Smith, s Wooster, Ohio, . Mrs. Johnson's. 

Maggie Taggart, c Wooster, Ohio, . .Dr. Taggart's. 

Frank Webster Thomas, s Dublin, Ohio, . Dr. Reynolds' 

Thomas Vincent Thompson; c. . Steubenville, Ohio, Barracks, 

. . Mt. Gilead, Ohio, Mr. Stibbs'. 
Find ley, Ohio, . Mrs. Huffstott's. 
Wooster, Ohio, Mr. Wilson's. 



Mrs. Bigham's. 
. Mrs. Ebright's. 
Mr. Faust's. 
Dr. Reynolds'. 
. .Mr. Robison's. 
Mr. Lau bach's. 
Mr. Roth's. 
Mrs. Huffstott's. 
Mrs. Shrom's. 



Bertha Vorhies, p .... 
George H. Wheeler, c 
Alexander Irvin Wilson. 



Alice Ziegler, s . ...Van Wert, Ohio, 



Mrs. Smith's. 



FRESHMAN CLASS. 



OFFICERS 

C. S. McClelland, President. 
C. F. Beagg, Vice President. 
J. K. Cummins, Secretary. 
C. W. Patterson, Treasurer. 
B. D. Hahn, Poet. 
J. B. Pomeroy, Orator. 
L. B. Durstine, Historian. 
R. V. Hunter, Prophet. 



residences. 



rooms. 



William Harvey Anderson, e. ' Cedarvillc, Ohio, . Mr. Shiveley's. 

Hermon Camp Avers, c Sidney, Ohio, Mr. Cook's. 

Jennie Bigham, s Wooster, Ohio, . Mrs. Bigham's. 

Francis Scott Blaney, e Sulphur Spring, O., Mr. Shiveley's. 

William Hoover Boyd, c Frederioktown, O., Mr. Hatfield's. 

Charles Froome Bragg, e Cincinnati, Ohio, Mr. Stibbs'. 

Harriet Mary Brown, c Mt. Eaton, Ohio, M rs. Cunningham's 

George Franklin Carpenter, c . .Mansfield, Ohio, Dr. Taggart's. 
Chalmers Fullerton Carson, e .\ Winchester, Ohio, Mr. Hatfield's. 
Charles Lowell Cooder, c New Richm'd,0., Prof. Kirk wood's. 

Joseph Knox Cummins, e Sidney, Ohio, Mr. Cook's. 

Lee B re 11 ton Durstine, c. Smith ville, Ohio, Mrs. Shrom's, 
John Edwin Eggert, c Parkers City, Pa., Mrs. McClu re's. 

Marcus Geston Evans, c Frankfort, Ohio, Mrs, Ebright's. 

John Summerville Fulton, c Newark, Ohio, Metropolitan. 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. ROOMS. 



Harry Gross New Philadelphia, O.,. Mr, Stibbs'. 



Benjamin D. Hahn, c Lexington, Ohio, . . . . Barracks. 

Franklin Harvey, c Hayesville, Ohio'. . Mr. Laubach's. 

Rice Vernon Hunter, c Huntsville, Ohio, Mrs. Ebright's. 

Wilson Robert Hunter, s Sewellsville, Ohio, . Mr. Roth's. 

Joseph William Hunter, s ' . Sewellsville, Ohio, Mr. Roth's. 

Flora Elizabeth Kauke, s Wooster, Ohio, ... Mr. Kauke's. 

John Merrill Kyle, c Cedarville, Ohio, Mrs. Ebright's. 

George Brickman Lamm,c Burbank, Ohio . . Mr. Weimer's. 
Robert Johnson Laughlin, c. . Belle Centre, Ohio, Mr. Roth's. 

John Cook McClarran, e Wooster, Ohio, . . Mr. McClarran's . 

Charles Samuel McClelland, c . Mt. Jackson, Pa., .Mrs. McClure's. 

Nathaniel Stewart McClure, c. .Keene, Ohio, Barracks. 

John Benton Notestine, c Canaan, Ohio, Mr. Cameron's. 

Charles William Patterson, s. . .Findley, Ohio,. ... Mr. Stibbs'. 



Elisha Plumer Pearse, s Elizabethtown, Pa., .Mrs. Shepley's. 

William Carson Peoples, c. . West Fairfield, Pa., Mr. Sniveler's. 

Samuel Craig Peoples, c West Fairfield, Pa., Mr. Sliiveley's. 

John Breckenridge Pomeroy, c Fairview, West Va.,. Barracks. 

Michael Victor Ream, c Wooster, Ohio, Mr. Ream's. 

James Scott, Jr., s Adams' Mills, Ohio, . Mrs. Cole's. 

Mary Bell Smith, c Wooster, Ohio, ... Mr. Smith's. 

John Newton Shutt, c Plymouth, Ohio, North Grant St. 

Jeffery Walker Taylor, c West Fairfield, Pa., Mr. Cameron's. 

Mary Terzah Wheeler, s Findley, Ohio, Mr. Brown's. 









SENIOR CLASSICAL PREPARATORY. 




NAMES. 


RESIDENCES. 


BOOMS. 


William Wei don Adams,. . . . 


. . Millersburg, Ohio, Mr. MeKenney's 




D. Ross Boyd, 


Coshocton, Ohio,. Mr. MeKenney's. 




rucnarci w anace vvamn, . . 


Dekalb, Ohio, . 


Mr. Ben tie's. 






Wampum, Pa., 


. Mrs. McClure's. 




TJi»n i'xt TV r^o«i n 


. Sidney, Ohio. . . . . 


. . Mr. Rhodes'. 




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. . Wooster, Ohio, . . 


Mr. Donnelly's. 




Tnl^ri A rHi n r fli**! Vf»t1" 

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Lancaster, Ohio, 


Mr. Eberly's. 




V7<11 lillltsl tO- U I TpUlj j 


Wooster, Ohio, 


Dr. Gregory's. 




TTrl wsi rrl IVffDonnlfl FTn^ti ni>'s 


. Wooster, Ohio, 


. Rev. Hasting's. 




TonAK M*irlr Hull 


Hamilton, Ohio,. . 


Mr. Roth's. 




Will in m Oliver ITimton 


West Fairfield, Pa 


,Mr. Pinkerton's. 




TY1 w i n Thpoilort* .Tohimon 

J_J 1 1 VVllJ i. IJ VlKlf 1 t/ UUUIIOvllj. . 


. Wooster, Ohio, . . 


Mr. Johnson's. 




rj. / j r\ i» "NT *i 1 1 H f *i 1 1 T ,n !• f*op Iv 


Kimbolton, Ohio, 


Dr. Warren s. 




A7iitc *T*iHn \T»i i*1*r 1 


. Massillon, Ohio, 


Barracks. 




T^»iA/irl lVTptirlf^ TVT n iciif> 


Chillicothe, Ohio, 


Mr. Stibbs . 




Willie Irvine \Tmv 

t t ■ 1 1 1 l o LI V 1 I J jjX aj ) . 


. Kingston, Ohio, 


Dr. Taylor's. 




Charles Fullerton McClain, 


. Tiffin, Ohio, . . .Prof. Kirk wood's. 




John Nelson McCune, 


. ..Elizabeth, Pa., 


Mr. Bentle's. 




Walter Mull ins 


. Wooster-, Ohio, 


Mr. Mullins'. 




Clement Purely, v .. . 


. Wooster, Ohio, 


. . . Mr. Purdy's. 




Robert Culbert Rankin, 


. . Buena Vista, Pa., 


. Mr. Bentle's. 




Edward Arthur Riley, 


Nashport, Ohio, 


. . Barracks. 




Thomas Ashley Robison, 


Wooster, Ohio, 


Dr. Robison's. 




James Dickey Uobison, 


Wooster, Ohio, 


Dr. Robison's. 




Francis Marion Senior, 


Dresden, Ohio, 


.... . Mr. Cole's. 


Homer Jacob Shaffer, 


Hamilton, Ohio, 


Mr. Roth's. 


William James Speer, 


Wooster, Ohio, 


. Rev. Speer's. 




Howard Veeeh Speer, 


Wooster, Ohio, 


Rev. Speer's, 




Samuel William Stophlet, 


Fredericksburg, Ohio, Mr. Cooper'-. 




Rower West bay, 


Elizabeth, Pa., 


Mr. Shipley's. 







SENIOR SCIENTIFIC PREPARATORY. 



NAMES. RESIDENCES. ROOMS. 



Robert Caldwell, Malvern, Ohio, Mr. Eberly's. 

Horace Cook, Lexington, Ohio, Barracks. 

Walter Foss, Wooster, Ohio,. ..... . Mr. Foss'. 

Harry Huffstott, Wooster, Ohio, . . Mrs. Huffstott's. 

Thaddeus Samuel McCoy, Van Wert, Ohio, .... .... Barracks. 

Frank McClure, Wooster, Ohio, ... Mrs. MeClure's. 

H. Milton McKee, New Guilford, Ohio, . . Barracks. 



JUNIOR PREPARATORY. 



NAMES. 



RESIDENCES, 



Culbertson,. . Wooster, Ohio,. 

William Ham, Wooster, Ohio, 

Dallas Kimpton Jones, Wooster, Ohio, 

Walter Benjamin Jones, Wooster, Ohio, 

Willard Field Robison, Wooster, Ohio, 



Mr. Welsh's. 
Mr. Hani's. 
Mr. Jones'. 
Mr. Jones'. 
Mr. Robison's. 





orriCEKs. 



Susie Given, President. 

Amanda M. Flattery, Vice President. 

Effie B. Ballard, Recording Secretary. 

Ida M. Faust, Corresponding Secretary. 

Ada Mullins, Treasurer. 

Mary E. Robinson, Critic. 

Laura A. Semple, Critic. 

Mary E. Robinson, Marshal. 



Effie B. Ballard, 
Miriam M. Davis, 
Carrie Elder, 
[da M. Faust, 
Amanda M. Flattery, 
Susie Given, 
Flora E. Kauke, 



Mary T. Wheeler. 



Mary E. Parsons, 
Mary E. Robinson, 
Laura A. Semple, 
Mary B. Smith, 



Kate McSweeney, 
Ada Mullins, 



IlYIIiy 

"Prodesse quam conspicL- 



orricEKs. 

Perry S. Allen, President. 

H. E. Brown, Vice President. 

Will. S. Thomas, Recording Secretary. 

B. S. Allison, Corresponding Secretary. 

John McSweeney, Jr., Critic. 

W. M. Kemper, Critic. 

A. Z. McGogney, Marshal. 

E. A. Galbreath, Treasurer. 

J. M- Peoples, Trustee. 

J. C. Watt, Trustee. 

A. Z. McGogney, Trustee. 



P. S. Allen, 
B. S. Allison, 
W. P. Beebe, 
E. Brown, 
H. E. Brown, 

B. W. Carlisle, 

C. F. Carson, 
J. E. Eggert, 
J. W. Emrich, 
J. S. Fulton, 

E. A. Galbreath, 
T. B. Greenlee, 

B. D. Hahn, 

E. M. Hastings, 
J. M. Hastings, 
W. M. Kemper, 
J, S. Logan, 

C. S. McClelland, 
J. T. McCulloch, 
J. C. McLaren, 



A. Z. McGogney, 
John McSweeney, Jr., 
A. D. Metz, 

E. E. Moore, 

F. J. Mullins, 
W. H. Mullins, 
J. P. Palmer, 
J, H. Patrick, 

G. E. Patterson, 
J. M. Peoples, 
J. H. Rabbitts, 
E. Reynolds, 

J. J. Robison, 
Will. Shields, Jr., 
C. D. Thatcher, 
Will. S. Thomas, 
J. C Watt, 
G. H. Wheeler, 
E. M. Wilson. 



"Frasis eyeit&i thumon." 1 

L. L. Long brake, President. 

D. U. (jHORMLEY, Vice President. 

Mamie Stoddard, Recording Secretary. 

0. II- Ptjrmort, Critic. 

<). S. Brumback, Corresponding Secretary. 

W. M. Pocock. Treasurer. 

A. Lehman, Serjeant-at-arms. 

J. VV. Thompson, \ 

M. B. Ferguson. - Executive Committee 

L. L. LoNGBRAKE. ^ 



A. 


M. Avers. 


L. L. Lonsrbrake. 


R. 


Ballagh, 


R. W. McCaughey 


F 


0. Ballard. 


Emily Noyes, 


E. 


M: P. Blister, 


W. J. Patterson, 


0. 


S. Brumback. 


W. 0. Phillips. 


M 


E. Caldwell, 


VV. M. Pocock. 


Z. 


P. Campbell, 


I). C. Porter, 


R. 


R. Carpenter. 


W. H. Pritchard, 


W 


B. Carpenter, 


C II . Purmort, 


G. 


F. Carpenter, 


A. T. Robertson, 


s. 


\V. Chidester, 


VV. F. Rudy, 


J. 


Connell, 


P. W. Searcli, 


E. 


P. Dean, 


Ella Slirom, 


E. 


P. Douglas, 


H. W. Smith, 


L. 


B. Durstine, 


Mamie Stoddard, 


J. 


N. Erwin, 


Maggie Taggart, 


M 


B. Ferguson, 


F. Tag-art, 


I). 


(). Ghormly, 


F. W. Thomas, 


S. 1 > . Grill, 


T. M. Thompson. 


II 


H. Henry, 


T. V. Thompson. 


J. 


W. Hunter. 


J. W. Thompson, 


R. V. Hunter, 


II. M. Ware. 


C. 


T. Jamison. 


W. A. West, 


J. 


W. Kirk. 


A. J. Wilson, 


H. 


J. Laughlin, 


.1. M. Wright 


A 


Lehman, 






im Conatu triumphamusJ' 



Samuel Stophlet, President. 

Edward A. Riley, Vice President. 

Robert C Rankin, Recording Secretary. 

Horace Cook, First Critic. 

Homer J. Shaffer, Second Critic. 

Ozias J. Markle, Treasurer. 

George N. Luccock, Corresponding Secretary. 

Jacob M. Hull, Censor. 



William W. Adams, 
Richard W. Cahill. 
Robert L. Caldwell, 
Horace Cook, 
Henry 1). Dean, 
John A. Graven, 
Jacob M.Hull, 
Edwin T. Johnson, 
George N. Luccock, 
Ozias J. Markle, 



Charles F. MeClain, 
Thaddeus S. McCoy, 
John N. McCune, 
H. Milton McKee, 
Walter J. Mullins, 
Robert C. Rankin, 
Edward A. Riley, 
F. M. Senior, 
Horner J. Shaffer, 
Samuel W. Stophlet. 



4 



raiitarb ||ocietg of Religious ^nqtttru. 



J. 0- Notestine, President. 

A. T. Robertson, Vice President. 

Emily Noyes, Recording Secretary. 

A. Z. McGogney, Corresponding Secretary. 

I). C. Porter, Treasurer. 



W. H. Anderson, 


A / A / 1 rtl t ao"»i a \ 7 

j\. Li. lvicvjogncy, 


T) Q A 11 „ 

r. S. Allen, 


K. W. McUaughey, 


K. Rallagn. 


J. 0. Notestine, 


w . ivi. nutier, 


Hmnly IN oyes, 


S. W. Chidester, 


C. H. Purmort, 


C. F. Carson, 


W. 0. Phillips, 


R. R Carpenter, 


W. M. Pocock, 


C. L. Cooder, 


D. C Porter, 


H. D: Dearii, 


Mary E. Robinson, 


R. M. Davis, 


A. T. Robertson, 


M. B. Ferguson, 


T. J. Rimer, 


E. A. Galbreath, 


Laura A. Semple, 


I). 0. Ghormly, 


Louisa VV. Stoddard, 


H. H. Henry,' 


Mary E. Stoddard, 


R. V. Hunter, 


P. W. Search, 


Ida I. Hoag, 


Anna Sloan, 


J. W. Kirk, 


J. M. Sim on ton, 


A. Lehman, 


T. M. Thompson, 


L. Ii. Longbrake, 


J. N. Wright. 


Lamm, 


E. I). Walker, 


J. E. Lewis, 


Alice Zeigler, 



Lucy A. Crouch, Canton, China. 



Ohio Gamma. 



Established 1871. 



%ZSWZNT J%EMBEKS 



A. S. McChire. Pa. A. "57, C. H. Kauke, O. A. '67, 
M. L. Smyser, O. B. '67, Rev. H. L. Wiles, O. A. '(54, 

S. P. Bell, O. G. '73. 

f^CTIVE |& EMBERS. 

■74- 

J. IT. Rabbitts, L. Lore*) Longbrake, 

A. D. Metz, Will A. West, 

John M. Peoples. 

John MeSweeney, Jr., Willis M. Kemper, 

Will S. Thomas, T. M. Thompson, 

Basil W. Carlisle. 

* 7 6. 

S. James Logan, J. A. Lewis, 

Win. H. Mul I ins, B. S. Allison, 

Geo. H. Wheeler, J. V. Kinkade. 



Ifda f'fctta 




B.6.TT 

Alpha Lambda Chapter. Established April, 1872, 



Resident Members. 

Prof. S. J. Kirkwood, A. M., F. C. Daugiierty, A. M., 
Rev. .1. C. Whistler, Rev. S. P. Keifer. 

Class 7 7. 

W. R. T;i,<™:irr. 

Class 73. 

D. Butferfleld, J. W. Cu minings; 

E. P. Semple. 
Class 74. 

M. B. Ferguson, 
T. W. Philippe, 
Frank Taggart, 
S. H. Young, 

Class 75. 

K. A. Gnlbreath, 
A. T. Robertson. 

76. 

E. P. Dean, 

F. W. Thorn**. 

( Vuss 77 . 

<;. Frank < larpenter, 
.1 . i< iion < inmnitne. 



F. (). Ballard, 
W. J. Patterson, 
W. H. Pritohard, 
J. W. Thompson, 



R. R, Carpenter 
C. TT. Pnrmorr, 



E. M. P. Briefer, 
Jeese Hieeem, 

( '. [j. ( looder, 



I|t fella fhda. 




Ohio Delta. 



Established in 1872. 



•Resident §8embek. 

Prof. O. N. Stoddard, L.L. D. 

(rra dilates of 1873. 



A. H. McCullough, 

Jefferson Medical College, Phil. Pa 

W. McKirahaii, 

Western Theo. Sem. Alleghany, Pa. 



A. J. Montgomery, 

Western Theo. Sem. Alleghany, Pa. 

J. M. Stilt. 

Prir*. Frankfort Springs Academy, Pa 



Perrv.S. Allen, 
James Connell, 



George Jackson, 
Charley T. Jamison, 



Robert Balhigh, 
Edwin Brown, 
Thomas B. Greenlee, 



Chalmers F. Carson, 



M. G. Evans, 



1874. 

Robert M. Davis, 
Robert [I. McClelland, 
Edgar M. Wilson. 

1875. 

Albert Z. McGogney, 
Walter L. Spence. 

1876. 

George E. Patterson, 
Daniel C. Porter, 
Preston W. Search. 

1877. 

Rice V. Hunter, 
John C. McClarran, 
Charles 8. McClelland, 
John B. Pomerov, 



tpta | 




Honorary Members. 



.7. H. Reynolds, M. D., S. K. Bell. S. B., 

E. M Wilson. 



Motive Members. 



H. E. Browne, 



74. 



H. L. Smith, Jr 



T). C. Insure, 



VV. VV. Ballard, 
J. W. Em rich, 
E. S. Reynolds, 
E. P. Douglas, 



l'\ D. Black. 



7*. 



S. P. Grill, 
0. W. Howell. 
Will Shields, 
Andrew Huston. 



c. W. Patterson, 



E. P. Pealr 
T. P. Westbay. 



Ml 



Established, - 



March 1st, 1873. 



Resident Member. 

Geo. E. Prowell, A. M. 
flcTIVE J||EMBEKS. 

74. 

Wra. E. Feeman. 



O. S. Brum back, 
W. B. Carpenter 



L. B. Durstine 
J. VV. Hunter. 



7*. 



James M. Simon ton, 



7S. 



D. O. Ghormly, 
Thos, V. Thompson. 



R. J. Langhlin, 
N. S. McClure, 
W. Ed. Prieer. 



Vacuus veni plenus disscessi. 



Cauponula, M. W. Pinkerton's, cor. Bealle Avenue and Linn. 



W. O. Phillips Pap. 

J. W, Kirk, Sub Pap. 

J. O. Notestine, . Grand Pap. 

Special Friends, Other Fellows' Sisters. 

UNDER STRAPPERS. 

A. M. Ayre, Soup taster. 

W. H.Anderson, Huggin' Bill. 

F. S. Blayney, Takes to hash like a duck to water. 

D. C. Boyed, Capex venter. 

B. W. Carlisle, . . . : Codfish. 

W. O. Huston, Young and greedy. 

J. A. Lewis, Expounder of onions. 

R. W. McCaughey, Eece Pabulator. 

J. B. Notestine, Sausage stuffcr. 

T. W. Philipps, Grub An nihil a tor. 

W. H. Pritchard,. . Propensus uxorem ducere. 

W. J. Patterson, Squash by gosh ! 

VV. C. Peoples, Sedate Willie. 

S. C Peoples, Frolicsome Sain. 

Scott, Lover of lasses. 

Senior, Ich bin sot. 

J. W. Taylor, Minimus Porker. 

J.Wallace, Maxiinus Kust I- CU8. 



EPGGI10RIANS. 

(Not "Bone Pickers.") 



The Night cometh when the Pantry is shut. 



C H. Purmort, (Coal Oil Charlie) Pap. 

BAIBNES. 

flahn, Ye biggest eater in ye Club. 

Search, The longest. 

Wilson, Chief of the Tacker Ins. 

Rile}', Grappling Hook. 

McCoy, Babbling Brook. 

Pomeroy, "Why, oh why don't she Write V 

Markle,..* Gravy holder. 

Cooder, Give me milk or give me death. 

Gal breath, Capacity. 

Brum back, Stingy Peter. 

Dean, Tooter. 

Thomas, King of the Amazons. 

Howell, Silent worker. 

Brister, More "Pi." 

Durstine, Hominy cracker. 

Ghormly, Whale eater. 

Douglas, Conqueror of the Amazons. 

Ballard, Dean of Canterbury. 

R. V. Hunter, Windmill. 

J. W. Hunter,. Inspector of Grub- 

W. R. Hunter, Expounder of Hygiene. 

Ware, I want chicken gravy, 

Ballagh, 1st Joker. 

T. V. Thompson, Chief of Cider Dept. 

J. W. Thompson, Carniverous Sweep-steaks. 

Campbell, Zwingel. 

Cook, 2nd Joker. 

McCune, Small but active. 

Rankin, If you don't dinna all you need'nt dinna any. 

Evans, Tater peeler. 

Kratz, Hash Crammer. 

Van Buskirk, Expounder of Passover. 



NORTH MARKET STREET ORCHESTRA. 



W. A. •McKinlay, 1st Violin. 

Will. S. Thomas, ..1st Violin. 

J. H. Babbitts, 2d Violin. 

Will. Shields, ....2d Violin. 

IT. E. Browne, Flute. 

Geo. H. Wheeler, Flute. 

W. M. Kemper, Guitar. 

J. P. Palmer, t. Guitar. 

J. T. McCulloch, ' Bass Viol. 



TEE ORCHESTRAL SYMPHONIA. 

Musica Animum delectat. 

Adolph Lehman, Violin. 

O. W. Howell, Violin. 

C. T. Jamison, Flute. 

F. W. Thomas, " Flute. 

H. C. Avers, Guitar. 

E. P. Douglas, Guitar. 

D. C. Poiter, Bass. 



PHI DELTA THETA ORPHEUS. 

Perry S. Allen,. , 1st Violin. 

Robert Ballajrh, ' 2d Violin. 

Charley T. Jamison, Flute. 

Edwin Brown, Guitar. 

Daniel C. Porter, Bass. 



ARION GLEE CLUB. 

Par h\ vnu8iqM6 Us esprita connaissent tin coractera tgal* 

A. Lehman, lit Tenor. 

C. L. Cooder, lit Tenor. 

T. V. Thompson, 2d Tenor. 

IT. E. Kratz, Ul Bait. 

P. w. Search, - M B * M - 

E. A. Galbreath, M Batt, 



University 15. 15. C 

J. F. McCulloch, Capt. W. Shields, 3d B. 

W. M. Kemper, C. E. E. Moore, S. S. 

B. S. Allison, P. J. H. Babbitts, L. F. 

F. S. Blaney, 1st B. J. W. Emrich, C. F. 

J. F. McCulloch, 2d B. J. P. Palmer, R. F. 



Junior 15 . 1 5. O. 



W. M. Kemper, Capt. A. T. Robertson, 2d B. 

W. M. Kemper, C A. Z. McGogney, 3d B. 

T. M. Thompson, P. E. A. Galbreath, L. F. 

Will. S. Thomas, S. S. C. T. Jamison, C. F. 

W. 0. Phillips, 1st B. Zeph. Campbell, R. F. 



Sophomore 15. 1 5. O. 

E. E. Moore, Capt. B. S. Allison, 2d B. 

Will. Shields, C. Ed. Reynolds, 3d B. 

J. W. Emrich, P. J. P. Palmer, L. F. 

E. E. Moore, S. S. 0. S. Brumback, C F. 

E. P. Dean, 1st B. J. J. Robison R. F. 



Freshman 1 5. 15. C 

G. B. Lamm, Capt. B. H. Hahn, 3d B. 

J. B. Notestine, P. G. B. Lamm, S S 

J.B.Kyle, C. W. H. Anderson L. F. 

J. W. Shutt, IstB. E. P. Peairs, C. F. 

F. S. Blaney, 2d B. J. S. Scott, .....R. F. 



ISCEL.LANE.OUS. 



LITEEABY. 

E. M. WILSON, 74. W. J. PATTERSON, 74. 

W. 0. PHILLIPS, 75. A. LEHMAN, 75. 

PI7BLISHIN-G. 

J. W. THOMPSON, 74. C. T. JAMISON, 75. 

J. W. EM RICH. 



Adelphean Debating Club, 

J. M. Stitt, President . Frank Taggart, Critic . 

A. D. Metz, Vice President. P. S. Allen, Chaplain . 

S. R. Bell, Recording Secretary. J. Connell, Treasurer. 

R. B. Young, Correspond'g Sec'y. F. D. Black, Sergeant-at-arms. 

E. M. Wilson, Critic . 



Clay Debating Club. 

T. M. Thompson, President. 
members : 

A. Z. MeCogney, J. M. Symonton, 

W. J. Patterson, J. W. Thompson, 

C. H. Purniprt, R. R. Carpenter. 



INDEPENDENT ANTIHARMONIAC GLEE CLUB. 



Light 8quirk8 of music <n/<i uneven ni<tk< ///<• soul </<<//'•' " jig. 

Leader, R. B. Carpenter. 

1st Soph ratio, McC.ogney. 

2d Sophrano, .Tones. 

Alto, Carpenter. 

Tenor, Taggart. 

1st Bass, . West. 

2d Bass, MoCaughey. 



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